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    Built in 1891, the mansion at 430 East Eleventh Avenue in Denver was originally the home of Senator Thomas Macdonald Patterson. It later became known as the Croke-Patterson mansion, and today operates as a hotel. It is regarded as one of Denver's most haunted buildings.
    Croke-Patterson Mansion

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References: 

Lindsey B. Koehler, “No Place Like Home (Patterson Inn Review),” 5280, July 2013.

Additional Information: 

Sybil Downing and Robert E. Smith, Tom Patterson: Colorado Crusader for Change (Niwot: University of Colorado Press, 1995).

William Columbus Ferril, Sketches of Colorado: In Four Volumes, Being an Analytical Summary and Biographical History of the State of Colorado, as Portrayed in the Lives of the Pioneers, the Founders, the Builders, the Statesmen and the Prominent and Progressive Citizens Who Helped in the Development and History Making of Colorado (Denver: Western Press Bureau, 1911).

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Jerome C. Smiley, History of Denver, with Outlines of the Earlier History of the Rocky Mountain Country (Denver: Times-Sun Publishing Company, 1901).

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